LG is all set to launch the new V30 smartphone in the V series. This device will be succeeding the previously launched V20 smartphone last year. The V20 was a great smartphone by itself, and it is in fact, one of the best smartphones you can buy. You can read our full written review of the LG V20 for more details on the same. And now talking about the new V30 smartphone, we have yet another leak and this time we have schematics confirming a few details about the smartphone.
The first thing which you notice upon gazing the schematics for the first time is the tall FullVision display on the front. There is no sign of the secondary display like we have been seeing with all the V series smartphones. This one looks very similar to the one which we have on the LG G6 smartphone. But yes, if you are a fan of the secondary ticker display, then you are in for a disappointment. There is pretty much nothing else on the front other than the tall display.
The fingerprint scanner and the dual rear camera setup is in the same place. This is something which all of us have gotten used to with LG smartphones and the company doesn’t seem to be interested in changing anything. The fingerprint scanner also houses the power button and the volume rocker sits to the left side. other than that, there is nothing else unusual about it and hence we don’t have anything else to report.
Now, talking about the specs, the LG V30 is expected to sport a 5.7-inch display. This is again expected to have a 9:18 aspect ratio. Internally this smartphone is expected to be powered by the Qualcomm Snapdragon 835 SoC, which LG couldn’t get its hands on for the G6. We can expect this smartphone to have upto 6GB of RAM as well since that more or less looks like a very common thing now. Overall, the device looks very similar to the LG G6 and in terms of the performance, we expect it to perform equally good, if not better. Having said that, we would like to know your thoughts on this. Be sure to share your opinions by leaving a comment down below.
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